Coding Bootcamps London
BrainStation offers coding bootcamps in London designed to help launch a new career path in Web Development or Data Science.
Industry-Leading Coding Bootcamps
Web Development Bootcamp
Data Science Bootcamp
Learn to code and explore different programming languages such as Python and R for data science work. Use Python packages to expand your data science capabilities and leverage industry tools including Tableau and others to create compelling data visualizations. Develop a strong foundation of data analytics and modeling techniques, along with other topics such as machine learning algorithms and big data. In this Data Science bootcamp, BrainStation students learn the fundamentals of data science and build upon them to start a career path in this field.
Why Take a Coding Bootcamp?
Coding is one of the most in-demand skills required for some of the fastest-growing careers in tech. Around the world, demand for coding skills has increased year-over-year for Web Developer/Software Engineering and Data Scientist roles, with coding bootcamps in London providing some of the best ways to learn the skills needed for these roles in the UK and beyond.
According to data gathered for the UK government’s Digital Economy Council, the job market for software development is strong with Software Developers being one of the most in-demand tech roles.
Meanwhile, a 2021 report published by the UK government, states there is a clear deficit of data skills and over 170,00 unfulfilled roles requiring hard data skills.
Coding bootcamps are one of the best ways to learn coding skills in London and the UK, to launch a new career in web development or data science.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are coding bootcamps for beginners?
Yes, the best London coding bootcamps are designed to develop beginner coders into job-ready candidates for the fields of data science and web development/software engineering. Depending on your level of experience, you may need to complete some self-learning or study to prepare for your application, and most bootcamps will provide all the resources you need to do so. Although these bootcamps are for beginners, they still require a lot of work and dedication to succeed, so be prepared to work hard and take full advantage of the opportunity and build your tech career.
How effective are London coding bootcamps?
Coding bootcamps have proven to be an effective way to get tech jobs in London and beyond. Employers are increasingly valuing skills over traditional education, and bootcamp programs can be the fastest way to develop the technical skills that will get you hired. According to Indeed.com, 84% of employers think graduates from coding bootcamps are just as prepared to be high performers, or are even more prepared and more likely to be high performers, than candidates with computer science degrees.
How difficult are coding bootcamps?
In order to prepare a beginner coder for a job, these bootcamps must teach students a large number of tech skills in a short amount of time, making any effective coding bootcamp quite intense. Students should be prepared to dedicate themselves to the program and work hard in order to succeed, and some people may find this difficult. Those who put in the required effort often see incredible results, opening new career opportunities in the areas of web and software development, software engineering, as well as data science and beyond.
What kinds of bootcamps are available?
Beyond the Web Development and Data Science bootcamps, BrainStation offers other bootcamps in UX Design and Digital Marketing, providing a great way to start a new job as a designer or digital marketer.
BrainStation bootcamps involve a project-based curriculum to help you develop skills and build a professional portfolio. Our bootcamps also feature dedicated career coach services, providing a framework for job search and career success built on insights and input from technical recruiters, career specialists, hiring managers, BrainStation Educators, and alumni.
BrainStation also teaches web development, data science, digital design, product management, data analytics, digital marketing, and more through courses covering different areas of the digital product lifecycle. These are part-time courses geared towards professional development – such as our introductory Web Development course.
All our courses and programs are taught by industry experts who bring their insights, experience, and cutting-edge practices to the classroom.
Explore the courses and programs at BrainStation's London campus, across our global locations, and through our live online classroom. BrainStation also hosts in-person and online events on a variety of digital topics and provides corporate training options.
How do I apply to a coding bootcamp?
Depending on the coding bootcamp in London, there may be different application requirements across individual institutions and programs. Applying for BrainStation's Web Development bootcamp or Data Science bootcamp is free and can be completed online. It only takes minutes to start your application to an immersive coding bootcamp, and you will be guided through the rest of the application process making it as easy as possible.
What is front-end vs. full-stack web development vs. software engineering?
Full-stack development is a highly versatile and sought-after skill set because it involves implementing both the visual and design elements of a web application and the back-end systems that support it. As you may have guessed, this mix of skills is divided into its own unique role called a Full-Stack Developer.
Software engineering is a broader and very closely related field to web development. Rather than developing web applications exclusively, Software Engineers and Developers create many different types of software including web apps, mobile apps, native desktop applications. Software engineering can also include solving a broader scope of technical problems related to a digital solution, rather than exclusively writing code for websites and web applications within web development.
Tech companies in London and around the world need a mix of Software Developer, Engineer, and Web Developer talent with front-end, back-end, and full-stack skills to effectively work on digital projects.
Do employers like coding bootcamps?
Yes. According to a study completed by Indeed.com, 84% of employers surveyed think bootcamp graduates are just as prepared, or more prepared, to be high performers than candidates with computer science degrees. They also revealed that 80% of their respondents have hired graduates from coding bootcamps. This is great news for those looking to start a job in tech because London coding bootcamps can be the fastest way to learn these skills and get hired into the growing London tech industry.
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